Caroline Wozniacki biography
Worlds’s no 2, Danish, Caroline Wozniacki was the first player to reach the top in world tennis for her country. She was born on July 11, 1990, in Odense, Denmark.
She won the Osaka Mayor’s Cup singles title, when she was only 14. Then she went to win other junior events like,
2005 Orange Bowl and the 2006 Wimbledon girls’ singles title. And on the pro circuit she was named the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Newcomer of the Year in 2008.
Wozniacki advanced to the semifinals of the Australian Open and the U.S. Open in 2011. She struggled in the subsequent years. Since then, she has rebounded reaching the Finals of US Open
This year, at Wimbledon, the Australian Open Champion went out before the third round for the fourth time in seven years, losing 6-4, 1-6, 7-5 to Ekaterina Makarova of Russia after complaining to the chair umpire about the insects that invaded No. 1 court during the second set.
The 27-year-old Danish tennis champion got engaged to NBA player David Lee of the San Antonio Spurs while the two were on vacation in Bora Bora. Before Lee, Wozniacki was previously engaged to golf star Rory McIlroy.
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Caroline has been known all over the world for her amazing, athletic fitness. She has amazing abs and is strong player. She delivers very strong drives especially double handed back hand. It looks like she will make another strong showing in the upcoming US Open tournament.
Since the stinging by insects in Australian Open she has re energized herself to make an upset in this year. It seems her engagement to NBA player David Lee, has given extra confidence at US open, but unfortunately for her, she was defeated by Lesia Tsurenco of Ukraine in straight sets, 6-4 , 6-2 Her next tournament will be, Toray Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo from September 17-23
Top Tennis players lose sometimes due to many reasons, including fatigue, stress, and sickness. Therefore, I still feel confident a star player in the caliber of Caroline will forget this recent loss and recover to be at top form again in the near future. I wish her well.